Adapted from the novel written by Feng Huo Xi Zhu Hou, wuxia/historical drama Sword Snow Stride (雪中悍刀行) stars Zhang Ruo Yun, Hu Jun, Li Geng Xi, Zhang Tian Ai, Vengo Gao, and Li Chun.
Synopsis written by Amy: The story follows young nobleman, Xu Feng Nian, the eldest son of general Xu Xiao of Northern Liang Dynasty, how he finally became a great weapon under the eager expectation of his father. The road to success was long and grueling, and filled with ruthless murderous intentions, yet he persevered through the hardships. His journey through Jianghu encouraged him to improve his martial arts skills, and along the way, he established strong relationships with crucial people that could benefit him in his future adventures. At last, he finally became the King of Northern Liang. Xu Feng Nian led the Beiliang cavalry in the fight against Beimang and their sudden invasion, and would become the beacon of hope within the Central Plains
The drama’s script will be written by Joy of Life’s Wang Juan.
I did not expect that in my lifetime there would be a global pandemic happening. It is – still is, very tough. Working in a major hospital, I was very fortunate to have a job through Covid but there were definitely some selfish moments where I just wanted to stay home and stay away from the hospital, where protocols and procedures keep changing every single day as we learned more things about the virus. Colleagues falling sick and hospital dispatching some of us to different areas, sometimes unrelated to our job; some smaller hospitals were sending my co-workers to work at the morgue. >.<”
I don’t know what to expect from these dramas but maybe all we need is a little thing called hope to keep us moving forward. Having this blog and some of you guys to chat with has always been the anchor of my sanity. So thank-you for that! Stay healthy, stay informed, stay connected, and stay calm! We are in this together.
I’m back, after disappearing only a week into these posts~. One of the things you’ll learn about me, is my lack of consistency, but to make up for the absence I’ve hand picked more than I should have for this week. I hope everyone has a lovely weekend.
Join us on Discord for more photoshoots, since Kappy was very logical in her approach that sharing more would not be a treat for everyone’s bandwidth.
Finally, the end is here! Can’t believe I made it through all 60 episodes after everyone else gave up. I must be a crazy person. 🙂 There are some actors on this show who I hope to see again in other series, but I hope I never end up recapping a series like this one again. Don’t think I could make it through next time.
So let’s finish the final three episodes of Martial Universe!
Did a marathon of last week’s episodes to catch up on this series before the final three episodes and now I’m all annoyed with this series all over again. This week was flashbacks galore, sad music galore, pity parties everywhere, things get even more complicated and then they ended the week by breaking my heart. *sigh* If Lang Tian doesn’t suffer a miserable death at the end of this… argh!!!
So let’s hurry up and get through week 4 of Martial Universe!
After moving to another state and trying to get settled in, I’m catching up on the latest episodes of Martial Universe. This week our Tiger finally found his Tigress (or I should say Fox), Lang Tian still can’t be defeated, Qing Zhu finally finds out what happened to her father and Lin Diao even shows that he’s more than just a little brat.